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Old July 13th, 2009, 01:03 PM
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Echoing other posters, if the itineraries are close enough for you I'd recommend doing a little thinking about what you expect out of a cruise and then learn a little about each line and ship. Go to the bookstore or library and find books that provide general information on cruising. They usually have profiles of "typical cruisers" on each line - though nobody claims to be typical

My gut says you would enjoy either cruise.

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